Hostess Annette Gonzalez, Cruise Director Gene Young, International Concierge Carolane Jupsin and Dorie De Jong visited the Instituto de Surdos-Mudos da Imaculada Conceição in Lisbon, Portugal, during a recent port call. They were met by Sister Ana, the director, and given an extensive tour of the daily operations, classrooms and were introduced to the students… read more of “Prinsendam Crew…”
Tag: Grand Mediterranean & Black Sea Voyage
We’ve had quite a few special themed evenings aboard the Prinsendam during the ship’s Grand Mediterranean & Black Sea Voyage. When we were in Italy we visited Venice, Sicily, Sorento and Civitavecchia (Rome), and held a special Italian themed evening in the Lido and the dining room. After that we visited Saint Raphael, France, and… read more of “Prinsendam’s…”
The Prinsendam truly made their Grand Mediterranean & Black Sea Voyage one to remember. To get everyone in the spirit, a Greek themed dinner was held on the Lido deck. Guests were able to enjoy a variety of Greek entrees and desserts, while making their way over to visit Athens, Santorini and Argostoli. There was… read more of “Getting into the…”
These photos are from the themed evening called “Night of the Knights” on board the Prinsendam. Crew members wore their knights uniform and posed with guests. Everyone had a great time. Enjoy the photos!
Here on board the Prinsendam we held an Arabic themed “Berber and Sahara Dinner” during our port call at Tunisia for the Grand Mediterranean & Black Sea Voyage. Crew dressed up in traditional Arabic attire and guests had the opportunity to take photos with us in the tent and smoke the Hookah that was provided…. read more of “Prinsendam’s…”
Last night we hosted a theme event called “The International Gala Dinner” with flowers from Madeira, Portugal, in front of the La Fontaine Dining room. Crew and guests blended in with the theme with different attire from many counties including the United States, India, the Middle East, Indonesia, China, Spain, Japan and many more. We… read more of “Prinsendam’s…”